Series: The Iliad: A Commentary

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The Iliad: A Commentary Volume I: books 1-4 by G. S. Kirk1
The Iliad: A Commentary Volume II: books 5-8 by G. S. Kirk2
The Iliad: A Commentary Volume III: books 9-12 by Bryan Hainsworth3
The Iliad: A Commentary Volume IV: books 13-16 by Richard Janko4
The Iliad: A Commentary Volume V: books 17-20 by Mark W. Edwards5
The Iliad: A Commentary Volume VI: books 21-24 by Nicholas Richardson6

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Six-volume commentary on the Iliad of Homer by various hands under the general editorship of G. S. Kirk. Does not include text of the Iliad. Each volume comments on four books of the Iliad. All volumes contain essays by their respective editors..


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